Sunday, 25 October 2015



1. (intr.) often followed by “at” .to speak contemptuously (about); express derision (for); mock
2. (trans.) (obsolete) . to regard with derision
3. an expression of derision
4. an object of derision

1. to eat (food) fast and greedily; devour
2. food or rations

Are not to be scoffed at
But rather to be scoffed
Before the season stops

For another year

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